Projects

  • CMUcam1

    The CMUcam1 is a low-cost, low-power sensor for mobile robots. You can use the CMUcam1 vision system to do many different kinds of on-board, real-time vision processing tasks. Because the CMUcam1 uses a serial port, it can be directly interfaced to other low-power processors such as PIC chips. For more information see the wiki....

  • CMUcam2

    Check out the downloads page for links to a CMUcam2 demo video as well as the manual and graphical user interface. For more information see the wiki.

    The CMUcam2 has the following capabilities: ...

  • CMUcam3

    The CMUcam3 is an ARM7TDMI based fully programmable embedded computer vision sensor. The main processor is the NXP LPC2106 connected to an Omnivision CMOS camera sensor module. Custom C code can be developed for the CMUcam3 using a port of the GNU toolchain along with a set of open source libraries and example programs. ...

  • CMUcam4

    The CMUcam4 is a fully programmable embedded computer vision sensor. The main processor is the Parallax P8X32A (Propeller Chip) connected to an OmniVision 9665 CMOS camera sensor module. For more information please see the wiki....

  • CMUcam5 Pixy

    • Small, fast, easy-to-use, low-cost, readily-available vision system
    • Learns to detect objects that you teach it
    • Outputs what it detects 50 times per second
    • Connects to Arduino with included cable. Also works with Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone and similar controllers...

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